The Joy of Drawing Comics

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The Joy of Drawing Comics

An 8th grade student sketches his comic design.

An 8th grade student sketches his comic design.

Curtiss Sullivan

An 8th grade student sketches his comic design.

Curtiss Sullivan

Curtiss Sullivan

An 8th grade student sketches his comic design.

Curtis Sullivan, Staff Writer

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Comic Club meets twice a week to allow students to transfer stories from their imaginations onto paper in artistic ways.

People who discover their passion to draw and create come here, and when “Ursus” came, we saw the many creations that students made.

When the club publishes its work in the annual comic book collection, you will be blown away by some of the unique designs and ideas.

Comic Book Club students all share a similar story. They started drawing comics and grew interested in it over the years. Max Viner said that he was given the opportunity to draw in class one day. Realizing how much he enjoyed it, he joined the club because he had some free time.

Another great aspect of the club is that students can freely express themselves. “I love to express all my ideas!” said 8th grader Hugh Kennedy. He has been drawing comics since he was young, so he jumped at the opportunity to join.

Aiden Goldenberg reported that he finds it fun to create comics and show them to people. Students love to tell stories in comics. Stefan Couloures tells us that he likes to tell stories of past life experiences through them.

We were shown just how much comics mean to these people.
So if you are looking for a fun pastime filled with art and imagination, talk to Mr. Mark DeRosa about how and when you can join.

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